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01-17-2004, 03:02 PM
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I have fixed the video being to fast, but now I have another problem on my hands. The video is jerky throughout. I first encoded the audio with TMPG encoder because the audio doesn't take long. (I use the KVCDx3-MPEG-2-NTSCFilm.mcf template)

Here are my audio settings:


After the audio is done, then I go ahead and do the video.

Here are the video settings:


Then I use BBmpeg to multi-plex them.

Here are my settings for BBmpeg:


Here are the general settings:


After multi-plexing it then I use VCD easy. Then I burn with Nero burning rom. I first view it on the computer to see if it is choppy, there are a few chops on the computer, but nothing that bad. Then I put it in my DVD player (not on computer) and it's jerky, choppy motions throughout the whole video. If anyone can tell me other settings that will work please do.
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01-17-2004, 07:19 PM
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Hi fiercegaming,

1) NEVER encode audio with TMPEG, if you are serious about audio quality. Use HeadAC3he instead.
2) I see you encoded MPEG-2 at 23.976 INTERLACED. Change that to 3:2 pulldown, instead of interlaced.
Any special reason why you encoded MPEG-2 instead of MPEG-1
Remember: MPEG-1 will look better at lower bitrates.
3) Your DC component is set to 10 bits. Change it to 8 bits.

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01-17-2004, 07:24 PM
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And set the motion search on "High". "Higest" is just a waste of time for few results.
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I see you encoded MPEG-2 at 23.976 INTERLACED. Change that to 3:2 pulldown, instead of interlaced.
Is this only for Mpeg2

Probably stupid but thats how i learn [/quote]
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01-17-2004, 08:06 PM
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I see you encoded MPEG-2 at 23.976 INTERLACED. Change that to 3:2 pulldown, instead of interlaced.
Is this only for Mpeg2
You can't use 3:2 pullldown on MPEG-1. Only on MPEG-2.
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01-17-2004, 10:28 PM
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Thanx Kwag,i looked when i loaded your templates but just wanted to be sure
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